Top 18 Gregorian Posts of 2018

The Gregorian Institute has had a great year, and every aspect of the Institute has gotten much more dynamic and effective.

The Gregorian Fellows Leadership Program at Benedictine College has a great track record at attracting high-achieving students and graduating them into positions of real leadership.

The Symposium on the New Evangelization is now an annual Gregorian event. Last year, the event focused on the 50th anniversary of Humanae Vitae with keynote speakers including Janet Smith. This year, the event will be held March 29-30 and focus on Technology and the Human Person.

The Gregorian Speech Digest, published four times a year, is a free speech digest featuring leaders in Catholic thought. The December, 2018, issue features the speech “Born in Wonder: My Conversion Story” by Bishop James Conley of Lincoln, Neb.

The Gregorian Website has grown a lot with daily posts and more page views than ever before.

Here are the most-viewed posts of 2018.


Rosary Meditations at The Gregorian


Movies for Future Men


How to Pray a Holy Hour


Movies for Future Women


5 Spiritual Lessons from Dante’s Divine Comedy


Mass With Kids: Our 10 Rules


Passion of the Christ Stations of the Cross


Queen of the May: 17 Beautiful Marian Hymns


The Hour of the Laity, Now More Than Ever


24 Sci-Fi Picks for the Catholic Reader


Memorare Army


20 Years Later, Honors at Focus’ Birthplace


The Power of the Memorare Prayer


Six Ways to Examine Your Conscience for Confession


9 Reasons Non-Catholics Are Quitting Contraception


Exorcist in the Confessional Saves Porn Addict’s Soul


Fight For the Eucharist — It Is Under Attack


How to Make the Rosary Less of a Chore



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